Join us for a 2-hour virtual training on Tribal crisis response co-presented by Joshua Severns, a Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder (BH/SUD) subject matter expert and Monica Super, a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor and Prevention Specialist. Joshua is a member of the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe and brings a wealth of expertise in emergency medical services, firefighting, Tribal crisis response and behavioral health. Monica Super is a member of the Pit River Tribe and a Modoc descendant and will further enrich the training by delving into deep cultural nuances that inform the historical context of Tribal crisis response. A highlight of the training will be a traditional Native American story that will share the complex intersection. of Tribal wisdom and modern crisis response, offering tangible insights for both tribal and non-Tribal attendees. This training is not just an educational opportunity but a chance for interaction, Q&A, and relationship building that will promote a deeper understanding of culturally appropriate crisis response methods in Tribal Communities.
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